Carne Griffiths’ work explores human, geometric and floral forms, in a combination of both literal and abstract translation and in response to images and situations encountered in everyday life.
While working with a number of unusual mediums such as brandy, vodka, and whiskey, it is tea that has become Carne Griffith’s trademark in the art world. Tea gives his work the warm colour palette and rich texture that it is known for.
Elina Gough, the founder of ArtSnug, said “Carne Griffiths’ work is truly remarkable as it transports us to a different realm, one filled with magical characters and stories. We are really pleased that he has agreed to include an exhibition with ArtSnug in his busy schedule of shows here in London as well as abroad.”
“Liquid Editions” launches Saturday 7th February at Stoke Newington’s Yellow Warbler (9 Northwold Road, N16 7HL) and will feature 10 open and limited prints by Carne Griffiths, available for purchase on www.artsnug.com.